Visonic PowerMax Complete user guide manual (1)

Visonic PowerMax Complete user guide manual (1)
PowerMaxComplete User Guide
Table of Contents
Quick Guide To Primary Alarm Control
Operations ........................................................... 2
Contact list form .................................................. 2
Luminous Indicator Signals ............................... 2
Siren Signals ....................................................... 3
Useful Hints For PowerMaxComplete Users . 3
1. Introduction ...................................................... 4
Overview .............................................................. 4
System Features ................................................ 5
Terms of the Trade ............................................. 6
Control Pushbuttons........................................... 6
Multi-Function Transmitter................................. 7
Voice Announcements ....................................... 7
Screen Saver Option .......................................... 7
2. Securing The Protected Site ........................... 8
Security-Related Pushbuttons .......................... 8
Preparing to Arm ................................................ 8
Arming ‘AWAY’ ................................................... 8
Arming ‘HOME’ ................................................... 8
Switching from ‘HOME’ to ‘AWAY’ ................... 8
Switching from ‘AWAY’ to ‘HOME’ ................... 9
Arming ‘Instant’ ................................................... 9
Forced Arming .................................................... 9
Arming in the Latchkey Mode ......................... 10
Initiating a Panic Alarm .................................... 10
Initiating Fire Alarm .......................................... 10
Initiating Emergency Alarm ............................. 10
Disarming and Stopping Alarms ..................... 10
Siren Behavior .................................................. 11
3. Speech And Sound Control .......................... 12
Speech & Sound Cont. Push-buttons ............ 12
Adjusting the Speech Volume......................... 12
Voice ON/OFF .................................................. 12
Recording a Message ...................................... 12
Message Playback ........................................... 13
Chime ON/OFF ................................................. 13
4. Electrical Appliance Control ......................... 14
Control Options and Pushbuttons .................. 14
Automatic ON/OFF Control ............................. 14
5. Reading Alarm Memory And Trouble Data . 15
Reviewing Alarm/Tamper Memory ................. 15
Reviewing Trouble Information ....................... 15
Reviewing Memory & Troubles at the Same
Time ................................................................... 16
Correcting Trouble Situations ......................... 16
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6. Special Functions ......................................... 17
Looking after People Left at Home ................ 17
Emergency Calls for Help ............................... 17
Remote Control by Telephone ....................... 17
Reporting to Private Telephone ..................... 18
Remote Control by SMS ................................. 19
Reporting by SMS............................................ 19
Reporting Messages to a Pager .................... 20
Conducting a Walk Test .................................. 20
7. User Settings ................................................. 21
What are the Settings You Need? ................. 21
Entering the User Settings Menu ................... 21
Bypassing Zones ............................................. 22
Reviewing the Bypassed Zone List ............... 22
Recalling the Last Bypass Scheme ............... 23
Programming 4 Telephone Numbers ............ 23
Setting the User Codes ................................... 23
Enrolling Keyfob Transmitters ........................ 25
Deleting Keyfob ................................................ 26
Enrolling Proximity Tags (optional)................ 26
Deleting Proximity Tags .................................. 26
Setting the Voice Options ............................... 27
Automatic Arming Option ................................ 27
Setting Arming Time ........................................ 27
Enabling the Squawk Option .......................... 27
Setting Time and Time Format ...................... 28
Setting the Date and Date Format ................. 28
Scheduler Function.......................................... 29
Installer Mode ................................................... 29
8. Reading The Event Log ................................ 30
Event Log Description ..................................... 30
Reading Procedure.......................................... 30
9. Maintenance .................................................. 31
Replacing the Backup Battery ........................ 31
Replacing Wireless Devices Batteries .......... 31
Periodic Testing ............................................... 32
Cleaning the Control Panel ............................ 32
10. Performance Limits .................................... 33
APPENDIX A. GLOSSARY ................................ 34
APPENDIX B. HOME FIRE ESCAPE PLANNING
......................................................................... 36
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Quick Guide To Primary Alarm Control Operations
QUICK REFERENCE TO PRIMARY ALARM CONTROL OPERATIONS
+
Arming AWAY-INSTANT ......................... +
Arming HOME ......................................... +
Arming HOME-INSTANT ........................ +
Arming AWAY-LATCHKEY .................... +
Force Arming AWAY (system not ready) +
Force Arming HOME (system not ready) +
Disarming and stopping alarms ............ +
Arming AWAY .........................................
+ [Code]*
+ [Code]* +
+
+ [Code]*
+
+ [Code]* + +
+ [Code]* + +
+ [Code]* + +
+ [Code]* +
(to silence the protest buzz)
(to silence the protest buzz)
+ [Code]
* The factory default master user code is 1 1 1 1. The code is not required if quick arming has been permitted by the
installer. Change the factory default code to a secret code without delay (see section 7)
Contact list form
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing PowerMaxComplete, a
highly advanced wireless alarm control system
produced by Visonic Ltd.
Please note below the installer's telephone number
to facilitate obtaining assistance.
Company Name: ____________________________
Telephone Number: __________________________
Person to Contact: ___________________________
Also please make sure that you have the name and
telephone number of the central station your system
will report to. If you ever call the central station to ask
questions, you should be able to come up with your
"ACCOUNT NUMBER" used to identify your alarm
system to the central station. Obtain this information
from your installer and write it.
Monitoring Station’s Name _____________________
Telephone Number: __________________________
My Account Number: _________________________
If your system was set by the installer to contact
private telephone numbers, note down the 4
telephone numbers that your installer programmed to
be called:
Phone No. 1: _______________________________
Phone No. 2: _______________________________
Phone No. 3: _______________________________
Phone No. 4: _______________________________
Luminous Indicator Signals
Indicator
(red)
(orange)
(green)
(green)
2
Behavior
Lights steadily
Flashes
No light
Lights steadily
No light
Lights steadily
No light
Lights steadily
No light
Significance
The system is in the armed state (AWAY MODE)
The system is in the armed state (HOME MODE)
The system is presently in the disarmed state
A state of trouble is presently being detected
No trouble - all is well
The chime function is active - chime zones will chime when disturbed.
The chime function is inactive - chime zones will not chime when
disturbed.
AC power is supplied to the control panel
The system is operating on backup battery power
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Siren Signals
Alarm Type
Graphic Representation of Signal
Burglar / 24 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
hour/ Panic
– – – – – – – – – – – – .................
Fire
–– (both external and internal sirens)
Test*
* Supplementary use only.
Verbal Description of Signal
ON continuously
ON - ON - ON - pause - ON - ON - ON - pause .....
ON for 2 seconds (once)
Useful Hints For PowerMaxComplete Users
Stopping an alarm: When the alarm sounds press the DISARM ( ) button on your key-ring
transmitter or press
on the keypad and then
enter your access code (1 1 1 1 by default).
Stopping trouble beeps: When trouble occurs in
the system, the TROUBLE indicator on the front panel
will light, and a sequence of 3 beeps will sound once
per minute. If you do not wish to eliminate the trouble
immediately and the beeps are bothersome, press the
DISARM ( ) button on your key-ring transmitter, or
press
on the keypad and then enter your
access code (1 1 1 1 by default). This will silence the
buzzer for 4 hours, after which the trouble beeps will
resume sounding. Be advised, however, that in any
case the trouble beeps are silenced during night
hours.
Perimeter and interior zones versus 24-hour
zones: Most of the protection sensors in your system
are linked to perimeter and interior zones. These
zones trigger alarms while the system is in the armed
state and do not trigger alarms while the system is in
the disarmed state. Other sensors are linked to 24hour zones which trigger alarms irrespective of
arming/disarming.
Arming while perimeter zones are not
secured (doors and/or windows are open):
Your display will read “NOT READY” if a protected
door or window is open. You can find out which zone
button. You
is “not ready” by clicking the
can eliminate the problem by closing the door/window
or by performing "Forced arming" (zone deactivation)
if this option was enabled by the system installer. In
case you intentionally choose to bypass a zone, leave
the door or window open and arm the system (a voice
message will announce that ”Forced Arming” is under
way - not applicable in PowerMaxComplete that does
not have VOICE option).
Bypassed zones will not be protected during one
arming period.
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Gaining access to 24-hour zones: If you wish
to access a sensor defined as a 24-hour zone without
causing an alarm:
•
- the display will read:
Click
NORMAL MODE.
•
Click
again - the display will read:
USER SETTINGS.
•
Click
- the display will read: ENTER
CODE ___.
Key your secret 4-digit <User Code> - the buzzer will
play the “happy tune” (- - - ––––).
You have 4 minutes during which the 24-hour sensor
can be opened and accessed. When the 4 minutes
are up, the system will automatically revert to the
normal mode.
Canceling accidental alarms: Upon alarm, the
internal sounder is activated first for a limited period of
time (set by the installer). Then the external siren
starts and the event is reported to the central
monitoring station. If you accidentally cause an alarm,
you may simply disarm the system before the external
siren starts - the alarm will not be reported.
If you cause an alarm accidentally and the external
siren has already started - you can still disarm the
system within a time limit set by the installer (1 to 15
minutes, as desired). If you manage to disarm on time,
a CANCEL ALARM message will be automatically
sent to the central monitoring station.
Failing to exit before the exit delay expires:
If you exit the protected site after the exit delay expires
(the exit delay beeps stop), the system will interpret
this as if you just entered. The entry delay countdown
will begin and the entry delay beeps will sound. To
prevent an alarm, you must disarm the system before
the entry delay expires.
Unauthorized entry took place while you
were away: If you hear alarm sirens when you are
about to re-enter the premises, and lights which
should be off are on - an intruder may still be inside or
another event may have occurred. Do not confront the
intruder - remain outside and call the emergency
services.
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INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction
Overview
The PowerMaxComplete is a wireless alarm control
system that provides protection against burglary, fire
and tampering. In addition, it can be used to control a
light or an electrical appliance within your household
and/or to monitor the activity of disabled or elderly
people left at home. Status information is presented
visually and verbally, and in most cases a recorded
voice prompts you to take correct action - not
applicable in PowerMaxComplete that does not have
VOICE option.
The PowerMaxComplete is governed by a control
panel (Figure 1) designed to collect data from
various sensors that are strategically located within
and along the perimeter of the protected site (Figure
2).
In the disarmed state, the system provides you with
visual and verbal status information, and initiates an
alarm if smoke is detected or upon disturbance in a
24-hour zone (a zone which is active 24-hours a
day).
In the armed state, the system will initiate an alarm
upon detection of disturbance in any one of the
armed zones.
You will need a 4-digit security code to master the
system (code 0000 is disallowed), and you can
authorize 7 other persons to use the system by
providing them with their own security codes.
Moreover, you can obtain up to 8 multi-function keyring transmitters and proximity tags that will allow
you and other users to easily control major functions.
Proximity tags enable authorized people to enter
restricted areas. Presenting valid proximity tag, while
the system is armed, causes the system to disarm.
Presenting valid proximity tag, while the system is
disarmed, causes the system to be armed in AWAY
(optional HOME) mode.
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The system identifies a wide range of events alarms, attempts to tamper with sensors and several
types of trouble. Events are automatically reported
via the public telephone network or GSM network to
central monitoring stations (in digital form) and to
private telephones (in plain language and/or SMS
messages). The person receiving such a message is
expected to investigate the event and act
accordingly.
DISPLAY
KEYPAD
COVER
(CLOSED)
CONTROL
KEYS
Figure 1. Control Panel with Covers Closed
IMPORTANT! All you need to know to secure your
premises can be found in Chapter 2 of this manual.
If you are not familiar with some of the terms used
here, refer to Appendix A at the end of this guide.
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EMERGENCY
PENDANT
TRANSMITTERS
DOOR OR
WINDOW
OPEN/CLOSE
DETECTOR
LOCAL
COMPUTER
(OPTION)
WIRELESS
SIRENS
EXTERNAL
GSM UNIT
(optional)
UNIVERSAL
PERIMETER
PROTECTION
DETECTOR
WIRELESS
DETECTORS
(UP TO 28 UNITS)
INSTALLED IN
THE PROTECTED
PREMISES
CEL. TEL
PAGER COMPANY
COMPUTER
PAGER
SITE INTERNAL
SIREN OR
STROBE
SMOKE
DETECTOR
GSM
NETWORK
SITE
EXTERNAL
SIRENS
CO GAS
DETECTOR
TEL. LINE
PUBLIC
SWITCHING
TELEPHONE
NETWORK
4 PRIVATE
TELEPHONES
LOCAL
EXCHANGE
MOTION
DETECTOR
FLOOD
DETECTOR
GAS
DETECTOR
UP TO 2
HARD WIRED
DETECTORS
PGM OUTPUT FOR
CONTROLLING DEVICES
BY VARIOUS FACTORS
AS PROGRAMMED
BY THE INSTALLER
UP TO 8
PROXIMITY
TAGS
(optional)
UP TO 8 KEYFOB
TRANSMITTERS
UP TO 8 WIRELESS
REMOTE
COMMANDERS
UP TO TWO
2-WAY KEYPADS
CENTRAL MONITORING
STATIONS
Figure 2. System Configuration
System Features
Your PowerMaxComplete offers a large number of
unique features:
• 30 zones: Each protected zone is identified by
number and by name (ask your installer to assign
names to your zones).
• Multiple arming modes: AWAY, HOME, AWAYINSTANT, HOME-INSTANT, LATCHKEY and
BYPASS.
• Liquid crystal display (LCD): Plain-language
status information and prompts are displayed on
the front panel in large, clear letters.
• Real-time clock: The present time is visible on the
display.
• Various reporting destinations: Events are
reported automatically to central monitoring
stations, private telephones of your choice and
even to a pager.
• Selective reporting: Your installer can determine
what type of event will be reported to which
destination.
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• Latchkey mode: An automatic “Latchkey” message
is sent to chosen telephones if the system is
disarmed by a “latchkey” user (a junior family
member, for instance).
• Spoken announcements and instructions (not
applicable in PowerMaxComplete that does not
have VOICE option): Status- dependent, prerecorded verbal messages are heard over the
built-in loudspeaker (if the voice prompts are
enabled - see chapter 7).
• Message
exchange
(not
applicable
in
PowerMaxComplete that does not have VOICE
option): Before leaving the premises, you may
record a short verbal message for other users of
the system who may arrive later. Upon arrival, you
can listen to verbal messages left by others for
you.
• Keypad and wireless control: Full control from
the keypad; major functions can be carried out by
pressing buttons on hand-held miniature
transmitters.
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• Access from remote telephones: You may
access the PowerMaxComplete from a remote
telephone and Arm/Disarm it or receive system
status information.
• Numerical keys serve as function keys: In the
disarmed state, numerical keys are used to control
various system functions. A simple icon on each
key identifies the task of that key.
• PGM remote control: Gate control mechanisms,
courtesy lights and various other devices can be
switched on and off via a special PGM
(programmable) output. Your installer will determine
the control means, in accordance with your needs.
• Data retrieval: You can obtain status information,
trouble information and review memorized alarm
events - visually and verbally.
• Looking after elderly, physically handicapped
and infirm individuals: The system can be
programmed to monitor activity within the protected
area and send out an alert message if the person
under surveillance remains still for too long.
• Distress calls: Miniature pushbutton transmitters
dealt out to specific individuals may be used for
sending emergency calls for help.
• Disarming under duress: If a user is forcibly
compelled to disarm the system, he can use a
special code that disarms the system apparently as
usual, but sends a silent alarm to the central station
(see chapter 2).
• System supervision: All wireless detectors and
wireless commanders within the protected site send
periodic supervision messages. If such a message
is overdue, the PowerMaxComplete displays an
‘inactivity’ trouble message. Your installer can
disable this feature if so desired.
• Battery supervision: You do not have to worry
about ‘dead’ batteries. The PowerMaxComplete
displays a ‘Low Battery’ message whenever a
battery in a wireless device is found to be near the
end of its useful life.
Terms of the Trade
Better understanding of your system is assured if you
take time to read the definitions in APPENDIX A at
the end of this manual. However, if this is not your
first alarm system, then simply read on.
Control Pushbuttons
When the keypad cover is closed, as shown in
Figure 1, only two pushbuttons are visible - the top
panel controls:
Key
Task
Advance from item to item within a given
menu.
Review status messages one by one
and also select a displayed option.
With the keypad uncovered (see Figure 3), the
special-function keys are visible. The tasks of these
keys are explained in the relevant sections of this
guide.
INDICATORS
DISPLAY
POWER
ARM
CHIME TROUBLE
NEXT
EMERGENCY
(Hold for 2 sec.)
VOLUME UP (*)
RECORD MESSAGE (*)
VOLUME DOWN (*)
PLAY MESSAGE (*)
SHOW/OK
Press both
for panic
alarm
FIRE (Hold
for 2 sec.)
ARMING “AWAY”
PGM OUTPUT ON
ARMING “HOME”
PGM OUTPUT OFF
MUTE SPEAKER (*) (**)
CHIME ON/OFF
DISARMING
EVENT LOG
MOVE BACK
CANCEL ENTRY DELAY
PGM CONTROL
TESTING
Figure 3. Controls and Indicators
*
May not be functional on all versions of PowerMaxComplete.
is active only if the "Set Voice Option" function is enabled ("enable
** The Mute Speaker button
prompts" - see user setting flow-chart, fig. 8).
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Multi-Function Transmitter
Your system responds to signals sent by a 4-button,
MCT- 234 miniature ‘keyfob’ transmitter that you and
other users can carry (see figure 4). Your installer
can program the AUX (auxiliary) buttons to perform
various tasks, as required.
AWAY
DISARM
HOME
AUX
MCT-234
Figure 4. Keyfob Transmitters
Pressing AWAY and HOME together for 2 sec.
initiates PANIC alarm. Pressing AWAY twice within 2
seconds initiates Latchkey arming.
A.
Controlling a gate or another electrical
device: Pressing the AUX button opens/closes
an electrically-controlled gate, or controls a
chosen electrical device.
Disarming by a keyfob whose battery voltage is
low
If you try to disarm the system with a keyfob whose
battery voltage is low, a protest beep will be heard for
15 seconds (if this beep is enabled by the installer).
During this period you should press again the disarm
button of the keyfob or control panel (for the control
panel, user code is required) to disarm the system. If
you perform this action during the 15 seconds period,
the Low Bat message will be stored in the event log.
If the disarm button is not pressed again during the
15 seconds period, perform either of the following
actions:
A. Press AWAY twice to arm the system, otherwise
the system will not be armed and an
acknowledgement (from the user that he knows
about the Low Bat) will not be stored in the event
log.
B. Press AWAY and then press disarm button, to
acknowledge, otherwise the acknowledgement
will not be stored in the event log.
B. Arming the system in the INSTANT mode
(without an entry delay): Pressing the AUX
button immediately after arming, during exit
delay, causes the system to be armed without
an entry delay. This means that entering the
protected premises via any zone will trigger an
immediate alarm. You and other holders of
keyfob transmitters will have no problem,
because you can disarm the system before
entering by pressing the DISARM ( ) button on
your transmitter before entry.
Voice Announcements
C. Getting status information: Upon pressing the
AUX button on your transmitter, the voice
module announces the system status over the
loudspeaker
not
applicable
in
PowerMaxComplete that does not have VOICE
option.
Screen Saver Option
(Not applicable in PowerMaxComplete that does not
have VOICE option).
The pre-recorded voice announcements respond to
your commands by announcing what the system is
doing and by prompting you to perform certain
actions. They also announce alarms, troubles and
identify the source of each event.
The Screen Saver option (if enabled by the installer)
causes that when no key is pressed during more
than 30 seconds, the display is “PowerMax” and the
LEDs do not light (to prevent an intruder to know the
system status). The normal display returns after
button followed by entering user
pressing the
code (Refresh by Code) or after pressing any key
(Refresh by Key), as selected by the installer.
If Refresh by Key was selected, the first pressing of
any key (except Fire and Emergency) causes normal
display return and the second press performs the key
function. Regarding the Fire and Emergency keys,
the first key press causes normal display return and
also performs the Fire/Emergency function.
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SECURING THE PROTECTED SITE
2. Securing The Protected Site
Security-Related Pushbuttons
Key
Function
Arming when nobody is at home
Arming when people remain at home
Canceling the entry delay upon arming
(‘AWAY-INSTANT’ or ‘HOME-INSTANT’)
Disarming the system and stopping
alarms
Testing the system (see Chapter 6 Conducting Walk Test).
It is highly recommended to fix the open zone(s),
thus restoring the system to the state of “ready to
arm”. If you do not know how to do this, consult your
installer.
IMPORTANT! All arming procedures below are
based on the assumption that quick arming has been
enabled by the installer. If quick arming is disabled,
the PowerMaxComplete will prompt you to enter
your security code before arming.
Arming ‘AWAY’
If the system is READY, proceed as shown:
PRESS
Preparing to Arm
Before arming, make sure that READY is displayed:
READY
HH:MM
If Ready is displayed, all zones are secured, and you
may arm the system any way you choose.
If at least one zone is open (disturbed), the display
will read:
NOT READY
HH:MM
If NOT READY is displayed because of unsecured
zone, click
to review the numbers and
names of all open zones one by one.
Let us assume that zone 2 (the back door) and zone
13 (the kitchen) are open. To investigate, proceed as
follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
NOT READY
Vacate the premises
↓ (Exit delay)
AWAY
↓
ARM indicator lights steadily during the armed
state.
Arming ‘HOME’
If all perimeter zones are READY, and quick arming
is allowed, proceed as shown:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ARMING HOME
Move to interior
zone
(alternating)
↓
(Exit delay)
↓
HOME HH:MM
ARM indicator flashes during the armed state.
Z2 OPEN
KITCHEN
(alternating)
Z13 OPEN
Ð (after 10 seconds) Ð
NOT READY
↓
PLEASE EXIT NOW
HH:MM
BACK DOOR
None (see
note below)
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ARMING AWAY
HH:MM
Note: To quit immediately at any stage, press
Switching from ‘HOME’ to ‘AWAY’
Do not disarm the system - just press
. The
response will be the same as in ARMING AWAY
above. Vacate the premises before the exit delay
expires.
.
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Switching from ‘AWAY’ to ‘HOME’
Do not disarm the system - just press
. Since
this operation reduces the security level, the
PowerMaxComplete will ask you to key in your
master user code or user code, thus making sure
that you are an authorized user.
PRESS
___
HH:HH
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ENTER CODE
[Enter code]
Move to
interior zone
ARMING INSTANT
(alternating)
Go to an
internal zone
↓ (Exit delay) ↓
ARM HOME
___
ARMING HOME
↓ (Exit delay) ↓
HOME
HH:HH
(alternating)
ARM HOME MEMORY
ARM indicator flashes during the armed state.
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ARMING AWAY
Forced Arming
Forced arming allows you to arm the system even
though one zone or several zones are disturbed, and
the NOT READY message is displayed.
Automatic forced arming only works if the installer
allowed this option while programming your system.
Disturbed zones will be bypassed - they will not be
armed. The protected site will not have maximum
protection.
Note: When forced arming is carried out, the buzzer
“protests” by emitting a continuous tone during the exit
delay until the last 10 seconds of the delay. You can
silence this signal by pressing the arming button again.
When NOT READY is displayed, Forced arming
“AWAY” is performed as follows:
Vacate the
premises
PLEASE EXIT NOW
↓ (Exit delay) ↓
AWAY
ARM indicator lights during the armed state.
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RESULTANT DISPLAY
ARMING AWAY
↓
PLEASE EXIT NOW
(to mute
the buzzer)
↓
(Exit delay)
AWAY
↓
ARM indicator lights during the armed state.
When NOT READY is displayed, Forced arming
“HOME” is performed as follows:
PRESS
ARMING INSTANT
(alternating)
ARM HOME
HH:HH
(alternating)
ARM indicator flashes during the armed state.
Arming ‘Instant’
PRESS
ARMING HOME
↓ (Exit delay) ↓
ARM HOME INSTANT
PRESS
You may arm AWAY or HOME without an entry
delay - any detection in any zone will trigger an
immediate alarm.
If you wish to arm AWAY-INSTANT, proceed as
follows.
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ARMING HOME
ARMING HOME
ARM indicator flashes during the armed state.
If an alarm occurred while the system was armed in
the AWAY mode, the display will respond differently:
PRESS
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ENTER CODE
[Enter code]
Move to
interior zone
If you wish to arm HOME-INSTANT, proceed as follows:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ARMING HOME
↓ (Exit delay) ↓
(To
mute the buzzer)
Go to interior zone HOME
HH:HH
ARM indicator flashes during the armed state.
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Arming in the Latchkey Mode
This mode is useful for a parent at work who wants
to be sure that his children have returned from
school and have disarmed the system. Arming in the
“latchkey” mode means that a special “latchkey”
message will be sent out when the system is
disarmed by a “latchkey user”.
Latchkey users are holders of user codes 5 through
8 or users of Keyfob transmitters 5 through 8. The
latchkey message is considered an alert and not an
alarm, and is therefore sent to the private telephones
programmed by the user as targets for alert
messages.
Latchkey arming is possible only when you arm “AWAY”.
To arm in the Latchkey mode, proceed as follows:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
FIRE
Then, if or when the system
is in the disarmed state:
READY
To stop the alarm, press
valid user code.
Initiating Emergency Alarm
You can generate an emergency alarm manually
(depends on the purchased system version - see
PowerMaxComplete door label) in the disarmed and
armed states as follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ARMING AWAY
EMERGENCY
Then, if or when the
system is in the disarmed
state:
ARMING LATCHKEY
(alternating)
(Within 2 seconds)
READY
PLEASE EXIT NOW
↓ (Exit delay) ↓
Vacate the premises
AWAY
To stop the alarm, press
Initiating a Panic Alarm
You can generate a panic alarm manually in the
disarmed and armed states alike. If this feature has
been enabled by the installer (consult your
installation company to determine if it has been
enabled).The sequence will be as shown:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
PANIC ALARM
HH:MM
Note: If you are using a key-ring transmitter, press
both AWAY and HOME buttons simultaneously for 2
seconds.
To stop the alarm, press
and then key in
Disarming and Stopping Alarms
(This function is disabled in ACPO compliant version).
Disarming the system stops the siren before it stops
automatically, irrespective of whether the alarm was
initiated in the armed or the disarmed state.
After disarming, different displays may appear,
depending on the current status of the system:
A. Disarming - no events: After an uneventful
armed term, the disarming operation will
progress as shown:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
Then, if or when the system
is in the disarmed state:
READY
HH:MM
your valid user code.
ARM indicator lights during the armed state.
(Pressed
simultaneously)
HH:MM
and then key in your
and then key in your
valid user code.
[Enter code]
___
READY
HH:MM
ARM indicator extinguishes
B. Disarming after alarm, with all zones ready: If
the zone that alarmed in the armed state is back
to normal, the disarming operation will as shown:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
Initiating Fire Alarm
(This function is disabled in ACPO compliant version).
You can generate a fire alarm manually (depends on
the purchased PowerMaxComplete version - see
PowerMaxComplete
door label) in disarmed &
armed states, as follows:
CODE
code
CODE
___
READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
READY MEMORY
ARM indicator extinguishes.
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To read the alarm memory, refer to Chapter 5.
The "MEMORY" message will disappear only
upon re-arming the system.
C. Disarming after an alarm, with one zone still
disturbed: If the zone that alarmed in the armed
state is still disturbed, the disarming operation
will progress as shown:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
CODE
CODE
E. Disarming after an alarm, with the system in a
state of trouble: The TROUBLE indicator on the
front panel will light. If the zone that alarmed while
the system was in the armed state is back to
normal, the disarming operation will progress as
shown:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
___
NOT READY
HH:MM
CODE
CODE
READY
___
HH:MM
READY
HH:MM
READY TRBL
(alternating)
NOT READY MEMORY
CODE
___
(alternating)
(alternating)
ARM indicator extinguishes
To read the alarm memory, refer to Chapter 5.
The "MEMORY" message will disappear only
when you rearm the system.
If you do not know how to return the disturbed
zone to normal, consult your installer.
D. Disarming with the system in a state of
trouble: If trouble is detected in the armed state,
the TROUBLE indicator on the front panel will
light and the disarming operation will progress as
shown:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
CODE
READY MEMORY
ARM indicator extinguishes and
sounds once per minute.
To find out which zone alarmed and what kind of
trouble is being sensed, see Chapter 5. The
TRBL display will disappear, the TROUBLE
indicator will extinguish and the trouble beeps will
stop upon eliminating the cause for trouble. The
MEMORY message will disappear only upon
rearming the system.
F. Disarming under Duress. If you are forcibly
compelled to disarm the system, enter the default
duress code (2580) or another code set by the
installer. Disarming will take place normally but a
silent alarm will be transmitted to the central
station.
(alternating)
READY TRBL
ARM indicator extinguishes and
sounds once per minute,
To find out what kind of trouble is being sensed,
see Chapter 5. The TRBL display will disappear,
the TROUBLE indicator will extinguish and the
trouble beeps will stop upon eliminating the cause
for trouble.
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Siren Behavior
Continuously ON when initiated by a burglar zone
or a 24-hour zone, and when a user initiates a “panic
alarm”.
When initiated by a fire zone (smoke is detected) ON ON - ON - pause - ON - ON - ON - pause - ........
and so on.
If there is nobody around to disarm the system upon
alarm and a zone remains "open", the siren will
sound for the time duration set by the installer - then
will stop. The strobe light keeps flashing until the
system is disarmed.
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SPEECH AND SOUND CONTROL
3. Speech And Sound Control
(In PowerMaxComplete that does not have VOICE
option, the SPEECH and VOICE features are not
applicable, only the CHIME feature is applicable).
Speech & Sound Cont. Push-buttons
Voice ON/OFF
You can switch spoken announcements on and off
by alternate clicking of the <7> key, as shown below.
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
VOICE ON
The sound and speech-related functions offered by
the PowerMaxComplete are controlled with the
keypad, as detailed in the following list.
Key
VOICE OFF
Function
Increasing
messages
Decreasing
messages
READY
the
the
loudness
of
spoken
loudness
of
spoken
Enabling / disabling the loudspeaker
Recording a spoken message for other
users of the alarm system
Listening to a recorded message left by
another user of the alarm system
Enabling / disabling the chime function in
chime zones
Note: The system will maintain the “Voice OFF” state
until subsequent selection of “Voice ON’.
Recording a Message
You can leave a verbal message for other users of
the alarm system. Face the panel, press <2> and
keep it pressed. When the display reads TALK
NOW, start talking. The 5 dark boxes will slowly
disappear one by one, from right to left, as shown in
the diagram below.
RESULTANT DISPLAY
ACTION
Adjusting the Speech Volume
The following diagram shows how to increase the
loudness by clicking the <1> key (assuming that the
volume was at minimum to begin with).
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
(max)
(constant)
RECORD A MESSAGE
Talk ↓
TALK NOW
Talk ↓
TALK NOW
VOLUME+
Talk ↓
TALK NOW
VOLUME+
Talk ↓
TALK NOW
VOLUME+
Talk ↓
TALK NOW
Stop talking
RECORDING ENDED
VOLUME+
The following diagram shows how to decrease the
loudness with the <4> key (assuming that the volume
was at maximum to begin with).
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
(max)
↓
HH:MM
Once the last of the boxes disappears, RECORDING
ENDED will be displayed.
VOLUME–
VOLUME–
VOLUME–
VOLUME–
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When you release the button, the display will revert
to the normal status-displaying mode, but will also
indicate that a message is waiting. For example:
READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
READY
MSG
To check your own message, listen to it within one
minute from the end of recording (see Chapter 3 Message Playback). This way the MSG indication
will not be erased.
Chime ON/OFF
You can disable / enable the chime zones by
alternate clicking of the <8> key, as shown below:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
CHIME ON
CHIME OFF
READY
Message Playback
↓
HH:MM
CHIME indicator lights steadily when “chime on”
is selected.
To listen to a message left by another user of the
system:
Click
and listen. PLAY will be displayed and
the message will be played back over the built-in
loudspeaker. When the playback ends, the display
will revert to the normal status-displaying mode. If
more than 1 minute elapsed after recording, the
MSG indication will disappear.
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ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE CONTROL
4. Electrical Appliance Control
Control Options and Pushbuttons
Automatic ON/OFF Control
The system allows manual or automatic remote
control of a device connected to the PGM output.
While programming the system, your installer
determines ON and OFF times for the device
connected to PGM output. He also determines which
zone sensors will switch the remote controlled
appliance on and off. However, the decision
whether the remote controlled appliance will
respond as programmed is up to you (see next
table).
You can select two of four options:
z By Timer ON
z By timer OFF
z By sensor ON
z By sensor OFF
The presently active options are shown with a dark
box ( ) at the far right. To view the 2 other options
Key
Function
Manual activation of A light or other
household electrical appliance that is
connected to PGM output.
Manual deactivation of a light or other
household electrical appliance that is
connected to PGM output.
Selecting the active automatic control
method:
„ Sensors: The appliance is controlled
by sensors (assigned by the installer
for this).
„ Timer: The appliance is controlled by
timer (ON and OFF times are defined
by the installer).
„ Both: The appliance is controlled by
sensors as well as by a timer.
Examples of benefits gained by automatic remote
control:
• Timer Control. When you are away, the timed
activation / de-activation of an electrical
appliance.
• Zone Control. Upon disturbance of a perimeter
zone, the electrical device is switched on.
Note: Automatic activation and deactivation of
electrical appliance depends also on the Scheduler
setup (see Chapter 7 - Scheduler Function).
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click
.
A presently inactive option is shown without a dark
box at the far right. The dark box will appear if you
click
while the option is displayed. A
“Happy Tune” indicates successful saving of a new
option.
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
BY TIMER ON
(If this is the default)
If not satisfied press
If satisfied press
BY TIMER OFF
BY TIMER OFF
BY TIMER OFF
BY SENSOR ON
(If this is the default)
If not satisfied Press
BY SENSOR OFF
If satisfied BY SENSOR OFF
BY SENSOR OFF
READY
HH:MM
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5. Reading Alarm Memory And Trouble Data
Reviewing Alarm/Tamper Memory
The PowerMaxComplete retains in its memory alarm
and “tamper” events that occurred during the last
arming period.
Note: Alarms enter the memory only after expiry of
the “abort period” (see Appendix A). This means that
if you disarm the system immediately - before the
abort period expires - there will be no memory
indication.
A. Alarm / Tamper Indications
When the memory contains at least one event and
the system is in the disarmed state, a flashing
MEMORY message will be displayed as exemplified:
READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
READY
MEMORY
or, if the system is not ready for arming NOT READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
NOT READY
MEMORY
B. Investigating Alarm/Tamper Data
To review memory content, click the
button.
EXAMPLE 1: An alarm was triggered because the
garage door - zone No. 12 - opened but then reclosed. In addition, the bedroom motion detector zone No. 7 - sent a “Tamper” message because its
cover had been removed.
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
READY
HH:MM
EXAMPLE 2: An alarm was triggered because the
garage door - zone No. 12 - opened and was left
open.
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
NOT READY
HH:MM
Z12 ALARMED
(alternating)
GARAGE DOOR
Z12 OPEN
(alternating)
GARAGE DOOR
Remember! The memory indication and content are
cleared upon the next arming of the system.
Reviewing Trouble Information
A. Trouble Indications
If TRBL flashes in the display, the TROUBLE
indicator illuminates, and 3 beeps are sounded once
per minute, you will have to investigate the system in
order to find out the origin and type of trouble.
Trouble types are:
SENSOR / KEYFOB / WIRELESS COMMANDER
TROUBLES
• Inactivity - No radio signals have been received
from a particular sensor / wireless commander (if
its supervision feature has been enabled) during a
pre-defined period.
• Low battery - The battery in a sensor, keyfob or
wireless commander is near the end of its useful life.
• "Clean me" - The fire detector must be cleaned.
• Gas trouble - Gas detector failure.
• Siren AC failure - There is no power to the siren.
Z12 ALARMED
(alternating)
GARAGE DOOR
Z07 TAMPER-OPEN
(alternating)
BEDROOM
In response to additional clicking of
button, the display shows details of other events
retained in memory (if any), or reverts to its initial
state (see A above).
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• GSM AC failure - No power to GSM unit.
• GSM low battery - GSM battery voltage is low.
• GSM tamper- Someone tampered with the GSM unit.
• GSM line fail - GSM telephone line failure.
• GSM net fail - GSM network failure.
• RSSI low - The GSM received signal strength is low.
• GSM modem off - The GSM unit does not operate.
• GSM communication fail - There is no
communication
(RS-232
format)
between
PowerMaxComplete and GSM unit.
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READING ALARM MEMORY AND TROUBLE DATA
SYSTEM TROUBLES
• AC Supply Failure - There is no power and the
system is working on backup battery power (this
trouble is reported 5 minutes after its occurrence).
• System Jammed - A radio-frequency signal is
blocking communication channel of sensors and
control panel.
• Communication failure - A message could not
be sent to the central monitoring station or to a
private telephone (or a message was sent but
was not acknowledged).
• CPU low battery - The backup battery within
the control panel is weak and must be replaced
(see Chapter 9 - Replacing Backup Battery).
• CPU tamper - The control panel is being
tampered with.
• Fuse Trouble - The siren fuse is burnt out.
IMPORTANT! If the trouble beeps bother you,
disarm the system again (even though it is already
disarmed). This will cancel the trouble beeps for 4
hours.
B. Investigating Trouble Sources
In a state of trouble, a flashing TRBL message is
displayed as shown in the following examples:
READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
READY
TRBL
or, if the system is not ready for arming NOT READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
NOT READY
TRBL
You can review the current troubles one by one, by
clicking the
button.
EXAMPLE: The kitchen sensor - zone No. 9 - has
been inactive and the living room sensor - zone No.
15 - has reported a low battery. However, these
troubles do not prevent the system from being “ready
to arm”.
To investigate the source of trouble, proceed as
follows:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
READY
HH:MM
Z09 INACTIVE
(alternating)
KITCHEN
Z15 LOW BATTERY
(alternating)
LIVING ROOM
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, the
In response to further clicking of
display will show details of other troubles (if any), or
will revert to the initial alternating displays (see
example above).
Reviewing Memory & Troubles at
the Same Time
If alarms / tamper events are retained in the alarm
memory and at the same time a state of trouble
exists, the display will behave as shown below:
READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
READY
MEMORY
(alternating)
READY
TROUBLE
or, if the system is not ready for arming NOT READY
HH:MM
(alternating)
NOT READY
MEMORY
(alternating)
NOT READY
TRBL
Note (not applicable to PowerMaxComplete that does
not have VOICE feature): When a voice message is in
memory, the MSG display will also appear (as shown
in Chapter 3 - Recording a Message).
To read status information - memory data, open zones
and trouble sources (in this order) - click the
button repeatedly. The memory content
will be displayed first, in the same manner shown in
Chapter 5 - Reviewing Alarm / Tamper Memory. If the
system is not ready, open zone information will follow
in the same manner as shown in Chapter 2 Preparing to Arm. Trouble sources will be displayed
last, in the same manner shown in Chapter 5 Reviewing Trouble Information.
Correcting Trouble Situations
The trouble indications (illuminated TROUBLE
indicator and flashing TRBL message) are cleared
once you eliminate the cause for trouble. If you do
not know how to cope with a trouble situation,
report it to your installer and seek his advice.
INACTIVITY: Once an inactive sensor or wireless
commander renews its periodical transmissions, the
inactivity trouble no longer exists and will no longer
be indicated by the control panel.
LOW BATTERY: Upon replacing the battery in a
wireless device in a keyfob or in a wireless
commander that reported a low battery, the next
transmission made by the relevant sensor will include
a “battery restored” message, and “low battery” will no
longer be indicated by the control panel.
SYSTEM TROUBLE: Correction of any one of the
system troubles is automatically sensed by the control
panel, and the trouble indication is cleared accordingly.
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6. Special Functions
Looking after People Left at Home
An
important
characteristic
of
the
PowerMaxComplete is its ability to function in a
mode contrary to the usual behavior of an alarm
system. When the system is in the disarmed state (or
even when armed “HOME” with perimeter protection
only), it can keep track of in-house activity and will
report lack of motion in interior zones if there is no
detection of motion within predetermined time limits.
To use this characteristic, you must ask your installer
to program a specific time limit beyond which lack of
motion will be reported as a “not active” alert.
To make things clear, let us assume that an elderly,
sick or handicapped person is left unattended in a
protected site. This person, disabled or sick as he
may be, will not stay entirely still for hours. It is only
natural that even while being asleep he will turn over
in his bed from time to time. He might also wander
into the kitchen to eat or drink, or to the bathroom for
other necessities. Upon doing so, the bedroom,
bathroom and kitchen motion detectors will detect his
movement.
If, for example, the “lack of motion” time limit is set by
your installer to 6 hours, a virtual 6-hour clock will
carry out a 6-hour “countdown”.
If motion is detected within the 6-hour time frame, the
countdown will restart from the beginning (the virtual
6-hour clock will be “reset”) and no alert message will
be sent out.
If no motion is detected within the 6-hour time frame
in any interior zone, the control panel will send a
“not-active” alert message to the central monitoring
station or to private telephones designated by the
installer.
IMPORTANT! In addition, you may provide the
person confined to interiors with a single-button
transmitter for distress situations, see next
paragraph.
To make this possible, ask your installer to define
one of the 28 zones of the PowerMaxComplete as
an emergency zone.
Then, obtain one of the transmitters listed below and
link this transmitter’s ID code to the emergency zone.
Compatible distress transmitters are (see Fig. 5):
MCT-201 - pendant-type
MCT-211 - wristwatch-type
MCT-101 - pocket-type
MCT-201
MCT-211
Remote Control by Telephone
control
panel
A. Establishing Telephone Communication
You can access the PowerMaxComplete system
from a remote telephone and perform arming and
disarming, activation and deactivation of electrical
devices and the auxiliary output (PGM), record,
playback and erase a voice message, and
investigate the system status. The process is shown
in the next illustration.
1. Dial the PowerMaxComplete tel. No.
2. Wait for 2-4 rings then hang
Not applicable
up.
when dialing to the
GSM number of
3. Wait 12-30 sec.
the
4. Redial
PowerMaxComple
PowerMaxComplete tel.
te. Proceed to
No. (Sound will be heard
step 5.
for 10 sec.).
Emergency Calls for Help
5.
[*} (to stop the sound) 1
Suppose the disabled person discussed above has
an accident such as falling in the bathtub without
being able to get up. It might take hours before the
“No Active” alert is sent out, but he (or she) must be
assisted much sooner.
Even though the odds for such an accident are not
high, it is advisable to provide the disabled person
with a miniature, single-button pendant-type or
wristwatch-type transmitter. Pressing the button on
this transmitter will cause the PowerMaxComplete to
send an “emergency call” to the central monitoring
station or to private telephones designated by the
installer.
6.
[user code], [#] 2
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MCT-101
Figure 5. Single-button Emergency Transmitters
[Desired command, see next table] 3
7.
Notes
(1) The PowerMaxComplete responds in a similar
way if you just dial once and wait until you hear
telephone rings (in USA, for example, 11 rings).
(2) Entering of user code is required once only.
(3) If you wait more that 50 seconds (may change
according to setup / use) without keying a
command, the PowerMaxComplete will disconnect
the line.
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B. Executable Commands
Command
Keying Sequence
Disarming
Arming Home
Arming Home-Instant
Arming Away
Arming Away-Instant
Arming Away-Latchkey
[]Æ[1]Æ[#]
Arming Away-InstantLatchkey
[]Æ[4]Æ[1]Æ[#]
[]Æ[2]Æ[#]
[]Æ[2]Æ[1]Æ[#]
[]Æ[3]Æ[#]
[]Æ[3]Æ[1]Æ[#]
[]Æ[4]Æ[#]
Activating PGM output
[]Æ[5]Æ[0]Æ [0]Æ[1]Æ[#]
Deactivating PGM output []Æ[5]Æ[0]Æ [0]Æ[0]Æ[#]
Two-way voice
[]Æ[7]Æ[#]
communication
(see sub-par. C)
Recorded message
playback
[1], “Sure, I will
You (at remote telephone):
send someone right away, stay put - over”..
[3].
Person at home: “Thanks, please hurry, over”.
[]Æ[8]Æ[1] Æ[#]
Recorded message start []Æ[8]Æ[2] Æ[#]
record
You (at remote telephone):
[1], “All right, over
[]Æ9]Æ[9] (END OF SESSION)
and out”.....
Important! If you wish to exit the two-way
communication mode and execute another
command, just press [] and then key your user
code followed by the command (see “keying
sequences” in Executable Commands table above).
Recorded message stop []Æ[8]Æ[3] Æ[#]
record
Recorded message
erase message
[]Æ[8]Æ[4] Æ[#]
Investigating system
status
[]Æ[9]Æ[#]
Quit (end
communication)
[]Æ[9]Æ[9]Æ[#]
Reporting to Private Telephone
C. Two-Way Voice Communication
Perform steps 1-6 in Establishing Telephone
Communication above and continue as follows:
1.
[]Æ[7]Æ[#]
2. Wait for 2 beeps
3.
[3] or [1] or [6] (see below)
The system will start to function in the "LISTEN IN"
mode, letting you hear the sounds within your residence
for 50 seconds. If the person under surveillance
happens to speak or cry then, you will hear this. You
can switch the system to Listen-In, Speak Out or Full
Duplex, as shown in the next table.
Command
Key
Listen-in (listening to the person at home) (*) [3]
Speak-out (speaking to the person at home) (*) [1]
Full-duplex (listening & speaking) (*)
[6]
Note: To prolong the communication session
by 50 seconds, press [3], [1] or [6] again, as
required.
* The 2-way communication can be terminated by
anyone close to the PowerMaxComplete, by
disarming the system.
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Remark Regarding Listen-in & Speak-out modes
Listen-in & Speak-out modes allow one way speech at
a time. Back and forth exchange of uninterrupted
speech between two parties is a method normally
used in military, commercial and amateur radio
communication. Once you finish talking you should
say “Go Ahead” or “Over” and then switch from speakout to listen in. When the person at home finishes
talking he should also say “Over”, as a cue to you to
switch back from Listen-in to speak out.
EXAMPLE:
[1], “Hey, George,
You (at remote telephone):
can you hear me? Are you in any trouble? Over”....
[3]
Person at home: “Yes, I am. I had a dizzy spell while
trying to get out of bed and fell on the floor. I am
unable to get up and my thigh hurts. Can you help
me? Over”...
control
panel
The PowerMaxComplete can be programmed by the
installer for selective transmission of messages to
private telephone subscribers. Messages are divided
by type into 3 groups:
Group Events Reported
1
Fire (*), Burglary (**), Panic, Tamper
2
Arming AWAY, Arming HOME, Disarming
3
No-activity, Emergency (***), Latchkey
Note: In control panel with no-voice option, the
following siren signal will be sent to private telephone
upon event reporting:
* FIRE: ON - ON - ON - pause.... (- - - - - - ......).
...)
** BURGLAR: ON continuously (
*** EMERGENCY: 2-tone siren; like an ambulance.
Group 1 has the highest priority and group 3 has the
lowest priority.
When the called party answers a call initiated by the
PowerMaxComplete, he will hear a verbal message
composed of the “house identity” and the type of
event that occurred. For example, once smoke is
detected in the Smith residence, the message will
be: [The Smith Residence - Fire Alarm].
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If a person under surveillance in the Watkins
residence has been inactive, the message will be:
[The Watkins Residence - No Activity].
The called party must acknowledge the message (as
explained later on), but if he does not respond, the
message will be transmitted repeatedly as many
times as possible within a 45-second time limit.
When
the
45
seconds
are
up,
the
PowerMaxComplete will disengage the line and call
the next private telephone number on its list.
The called party can acknowledge the message by
pressing a key on the telephone keypad, as follows.
Command
Key
Acknowledge
only:
The
2
PowerMaxComplete disengages the
line and considers the event duly
reported.
Acknowledge and listen-in: The protected
3
site is “bugged” for sound for 50 seconds.
The called party may prolong the listening
session by pressing [3] again before the
PowerMaxComplete disengages the line,
or by pressing [1] to speak.
Acknowledge and speak out: The
1
called party may speak for 50 seconds
to whoever is in the protected site. The
called party may prolong the “speak
out” session by pressing [1] again
before
the
PowerMaxComplete
disengages the line, or by pressing [3]
to listen.
Acknowledge and 2-way conversation:
6
You and the called party can speak and
listen without any necessity to switch the
system from "listen-in" to "speak-out"
and vice versa for 50 sec. (extendable).
Acknowledge and request a status
9
report: The PowerMaxComplete will
issue a verbal report of system status.
For example:
[Disarm - ready to arm] or
[Disarm - back door open] or
[Disarm - alarm in memory].
Remote Control by SMS
PowerMaxComplete system with an optional
internal/external GSM unit can respond to SMS
commands from any cellular GSM telephone, only if
the “REM ACCESS ON” command was pre-selected
by the system installer.
The various SMS commands are detailed in the
following table (the detailed SMS message sending
process is described in the cellular telephone user’s
guide). In this table, “<code>” means 4-digit user
code and blank space simply means blank space.
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SMS Command List
Command
SMS Format
1 Arm AWAY
“AWAY <code>”
or “AW <code>”
2 Arm AWAY instant “AWAY INST <code>”
or “AWI <code>”
3 Arm AWAY
“LATCHKEY <code>”
Latchkey
or “LK <code>”
4 Arm AWAY
“LATCHKEY INST
Latchkey instant
<code>”
or “LKI <code>”
5 Arm HOME
“HOME <code>”
or “HM <code>”
6 Arm HOME instant “HOME INST <code>”
or “HMI <code>”
7 Disarm
“DISARM <code>” or “DA
<code>”
8 Turn PGM on
“PGM ON <code>”
9 Turn PGM off
“PGM OFF <code>”
10 Define custom
“HOUSE NAME <code>
house identity (see <house ID>”
note)
or “HN <code> <house
ID>”
11 Query system
“STATUS <code>” or “ST
status
<code>”
Note: House ID includes up to 16 characters, for
example JOHN'S HOUSE.
Reporting by SMS
This option is applicable only if the GSM Module is
installed. The PowerMaxComplete system can send
SMS messages to a registered SMS telephones (up
to 4). (The SMS telephone registration is preselected
by the system installer).
The reported SMS messages are quite clear and
self-explanatory and therefore are not detailed in this
guide.
Example of the reported SMS messages:
• JOHN’S HOME
**AWAY**
• JOHN’S HOME
**DISARM**
• JOHN’S HOUSE
POWERMAX: LOW BATTERY
GARAGE: LOW BATTERY
• JOHN’S HOUSE
STATUS MESSAGE 01
(Event list is displayed)
Note
Status messages can be sent only to a calling
telephone whose identity number is not blocked by
the user!
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Reporting Messages to a Pager
Control
panel
A typical test will take place as follows:
Pager
M
Since the PowerMaxComplete can be programmed
to report events to a pager, the user of the pager
must be informed on how to interpret the numerical
message that his pager displays.
Communication with a pager takes place as follows:
• The PowerMaxComplete dials the pager’s
phone number, waits 5 seconds and sends the
numerical message.
• The
message
transmitted
by
the
PowerMaxComplete to the pager is actually a
string of digits, as follows:
[XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] [YYY] [0ZZ#]
Pager’s PIN No. - Up to 16 digits Event
Zone or
Programmed by the Installer
Type User No.
Figure 6. Pager Message Structure
The person receiving the message sees only the
“YYY -0ZZ#” part of the message, which he can
interpret by using the following legend:
Events types (YYY) are coded as follows:
Event
Code
Event
Code
Alarm
919
Fire
515
Trouble
818
Close
101
Emergency 717
Open
102
Panic
616
Latchkey 103
ZZ is the zone number in which the event occurred,
or the user number in case of Close, Open and
Latchkey events.
Example 1: Message reads “919-003”:
This means an alarm occurred in Zone No. 3.
Example 2: Message reads “101-008”:
This means the system was closed (armed) by user
No. 8.
A. Press the test button
.
B. The display will prompt you for your user code:
ENTER CODE
____
C. Enter your code. The siren will sound for 2
seconds and the display will change to:
TESTING
D. Walk throughout the protected area and make
sure you trigger every detector with no exception
(move across the field of view of motion
detectors and open/close doors and windows).
Each time a detector is triggered:
• The “Happy Tune” will sound,
• The zone name and number will be displayed
briefly,
EXAMPLE 1: You triggered a motion detector in
the living room (zone 11). The display will show:
LIVING ROOM
Ð
Z11 VIOLATED
After 5 seconds the display will revert to:
TESTING
EXAMPLE 2: You opened a window in the guest
room (zone 13). The display will show:
GUEST ROOM
Ð
Z13 OPEN
After 5 seconds the display will revert to:
TESTING
E. When done, click the
button
repeatedly. The display will show the test results,
zone after zone, in ascending numerical order. For
example:
GUEST ROOM
(alternating)
Conducting a Walk Test
The walk test is an indispensable operation by which
you verify that all detectors function properly, without
disturbing the neighbors with loud sirens. The test
must be performed at least once a week, and
should include all detectors in all zones.
Before performing walk test, all the detectors must
be in normal state. Normal state is achieved when no
motion is made for at least 2 minutes.
Note: During the test period, 24-hour zones will not
cause an alarm if violated, but a fire zone will
function normally.
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Z13 OK
or: “Z13 NOT OK” if there was no response
from Z13.
F. To resume testing, click
mode, click
. To quit the test
. The display will then read:
<OK> TO EXIT
G. Click
normal state.
. The display will revert to its
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7. User Settings
What are the Settings You Need?
The installer provides you a ready-to-use alarm
system, but a few settings and adjustments will still
be needed.
Note: Although the user settings are your
responsibility, you may request your installer to
perform them for you (except for the user codes,
which you would like to keep secret).
The user settings include:
• Bypassing zones - determining which zones
will be bypassed (disabled) during the present
disarm period and the next armed period.
• Reviewing the bypass list - "show bypass" displaying the numbers and names of bypassed
zone one by one.
• Recalling the last bypassing scheme - "recall
bypass" - re-using the previous bypassing
scheme, which becomes suspended after
disarming but is still saved in the
PowerMaxComplete memory.
• Programming the 4 telephone numbers* determining the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th telephone
numbers to which the system will report event
messages that were defined by the system
installer.
• Setting user codes* - programming a security
code for yourself and additional 7 codes for
other system users. Codes 5 through 8 are
“Latchkey” user codes (see Chapter 2 - Arming
in the Latchkey Mode for additional details).
• Enrolling keyfob transmitters* - teaching the
PowerMaxComplete system to recognize the ID
code of each keyfob transmitter (multi-button,
Code-Secure™ type, wireless transmitter), so
that the PowerMaxComplete can respond to
commands transmitted by them.
• Enrolling proximity tags (optional) - Teaching
the PowerMaxComplete to recognize the ID of
each
proximity
tag
so
that
the
PowerMaxComplete can respond to proximity
tags presentation.
• Setting voice options* (not applicable in
PowerMaxComplete that does not have VOICE
feature) - Enabling or disabling verbal
announcements (prompts).
• Auto arm option* - enabling or disabling
automatic arming (at a predefined time).
• Setting auto arm time - selecting automatic
arming time.
• Using squawk option* - enabling/disabling
LOW/MID/HI squawk (short siren sound) upon
arming and disarming. All the options are
applicable for wireless siren. For wired siren,
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•
•
*
refer to LOW, MID and HI options as "squawk
enable".
Setting the time and time format* - adjusting
the built-in clock to show the correct time and
time format.
Setting the date and date format* - adjusting
the built-in calendar date and date format.
Setting the scheduler* - setting schedule for
devices start/stop activation.
This option can be accessed only if master user
code has been entered.
Entering the User Settings Menu
Figure 7 describes how to enter User Settings menu.
Display in disarm state when all
zones are secured (”00:00 or
other digits show present time).
Instruction: click
key
Resultant display
Instruction: Enter 4-digit master
user code (default “1111”), or
user code (see note below).
1
READY 00:00
2
3
NORMAL MODE
4
USER SETTINGS
ENTER CODE _ _ _ _
[master/ user code]
SET BYPASS
)
)
RECALL BYPASS
) NUMBER
(*) SET PHONE
(*) SET)
USER CODES
)
(*)
ENROLL
KEYFOB
Optional
)
(*) ENROLL PROX TAG
SET VOICE OPTION is Not
)
aplicable in PowerMax LE that (*) SET VOICE OPTION
)
does not have VOICE feature.
(*) AUTO ARM OPTION
)
* Menu items that are marked
(*)
AUTO ARM TIME
with an asterisk can be
)
accessed only if master
(*) SQUAWK OPTION
user code has been entered.
)
(*) SET TIME&FORMAT
** INSTALLER MODE is
)
displayed only if USER
(*) SET DATE&FORMAT
PERMIT ENABLE was
)
selected by the installer.
(*)
SCHEDULER
)
(*) (**) INSTALLER MODE
)
<OK> TO EXIT
These menu items are displayed
only if “bypass” was enabled by
the installer.
SHOW BYPASS
Figure 7 - Entering User Settings Menu
The next paragraphs include User Settings instructions,
step-by-step. However, if you want to get an overall
view of the entire User Settings menu, refer to figure 8 User Setting flow-chart. You can use the flow chart as
your only guide along the user settings process, instead
of going through the step-by-step instructions.
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USER SETTINGS
Bypassing Zones
You can select any other item on the USER SETTINGS
A. General Guidance
You can program the PowerMaxComplete to exclude
(bypass) selected zones, regardless of whether
these zones are "functional" (undisturbed) or "open"
(disturbed). Bypassing permits free movement of
people within certain zones although the system is
armed. It is also used to temporarily remove from
service faulty zones that require repair work. Fire
zones can not be bypassed.
Remember – zone bypassing compromises security!
Zone bypassing must be carried out while the system
is in the disarmed state.
Note: Zones will be bypassed throughout one
disarm-arm period only. Disarming the system after
arming will suspend the entire bypassing scheme,
which can be recalled later, if so desired.
B. Bypassing Procedure
Having entered your user code successfully (see
above - Entering to the User Settings Menu), the
display will read:
SET BYPASS
If at this point you click
, the number,
state and name of the first zone will be automatically
displayed. Three states are possible:
• Open: The zone is not secured - you can
bypass it if you do not wish or know how to solve
the problem just now.
• Bypassed: The zone is presently bypassed
(you bypassed it before but haven't armed the
system yet).
• Functional: If there is nothing wrong with the
zone, its state is described as "Functional".
Let us assume that Zone 1 is "open" and you wish to
bypass it, and the rest of the zones are functional.
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
menu or quit programming by clicking
<OK> TO EXIT is displayed - click
Z01: OPEN
(alternating)
KITCHEN
<OK> TO BYPASS
Z01: BYPASSED
(alternating)
KITCHEN
(If you wish
to check the
state of the
next zone)
Z02: FUNCTIONAL
(alternating)
FRONT DOOR
SET BYPASS
After end of bypassing operation, BYPASS blinks:
READY BYPASS
or NOT READY BYPASS
This indication will persist as long as the system
remains disarmed, and will disappear once the
system is armed.
Note: BYPASS will alternate in the display with other
messages, like: Trouble, Memory and Message.
C. "Unbypass" Procedure
Suppose you wish to restore a zone to service after
having completed the bypassing scheme. Simply reenter the SET BYPASS menu (see Bypassing
or
until
Procedure above), and click
the zone you wish to "unbypass" is on display. Refer
to the following steps.
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
Z22: BYPASSED
(alternating)
LIVING ROOM
<OFF> TO CLEAR
Z22: FUNCTIONAL
(alternating)
LIVING ROOM
You may now click
and then select any other
item on the USER SETTINGS menu, or click
to quit programming. When <OK> TO EXIT appears
.
- click
Reviewing the Bypassed Zone List
Having entered your user code successfully (see
above - Entering to the User Settings Menu), the
display will read:
SET BYPASS
Click
to change the display into:
SHOW BYPASS
Click
to change the display into:
BYPASS LIST
If at this point you click
, the number,
state and name of the first bypassed zone will be
displayed.
repeatedly to review
You can now click
all bypassed zones, in ascending numerical order.
When done, clicking
SHOW BYPASS and clicking
to <OK> TO EXIT.
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. When
.
will get you back to
will get you back
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Recalling the Last Bypass Scheme
Arming the alarm system with several zones in the
bypassed state is in fact "partial arming". An
identical partial arming may be repeated by recalling
the last bypassing scheme (that was suspended and
memorized upon disarming the system).
Having entered your user code successfully (see
above - Entering to the User Settings Menu), the
display will read:
SET BYPASS
Click
twice to change the display into:
RECALL BYPASS
At this point proceed as follows:
ACTION
RESULTANT DISPLAY
<OK> TO RECALL
RECALL BYPASS
You may now select any other item on the USER
SETTINGS menu or quit programming by clicking
. When <OK> TO EXIT is displayed - click
.
Programming 4 Telephone Numbers
Here you determine the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th telephone
numbers to which the system will report event
messages that were defined by the system installer.
You can ask the installer to set part or all the four
telephone numbers.
Having entered your Master User Code successfully
(see above - Entering the User Settings Menu), click
button repeatedly (if necessary) until
the display will read:
SET PHONE NUMBER
You are allowed to program the 4 numbers as follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
Continue the same way up to telephone number 4.
You may now switch to any other item on the USER
SETTINGS menu or quit programming by clicking
until <OK> TO EXIT is displayed and
then clicking
.
Setting the User Codes
A maximum of eight 4-digit codes can be defined out
of a total of (10)4 = 10000 user code possibilities.
Having entered your Master User Code successfully
(see above - Entering the User Settings Menu), click
until the display reads:
SET USER CODES
User Code 1 replaces the factory default master
user code, and should be assigned to the master
user of the system. This code can not be erased.
User Codes 2, 3 and 4 can be assigned to additional
users - family members, co-workers etc.
Codes 5 through 8 are assigned to “Latchkey
Users” (see Chapter 2 - Arming in the Latchkey
Mode, for an explanation of the latchkey mode).
CAUTION! Code “0000” is not valid! Do not use it.
Note: The duress code set by the installer (2580 by
default) cannot be selected as a normal user code.
Any attempt to program it will be rejected by the
PowerMaxComplete.
To program the codes, proceed as follows:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
user code 1: _ _ _ _
user code1: 0 0 0 0
[4-digit
user code]
e.g. 6854)
1st private tel#
user code 1: 685 4
user code 1: 6854
user code 2
XXXXXXXXX
Continue the same way up to Code 8.
[Enter Tel. No.]
XXXXXXXXX
user code 8: 5537
XXXXXXXXX
1st private tel#
2nd private tel#
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You may now select any other item on the USER
SETTINGS menu or quit programming by clicking
. When <OK> TO EXIT is displayed - click
.
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USER SETTINGS
READY 00:00
NORMAL MODE
(First display is
READY / NOT READY)
INSTALLER MODE
USER SETTINGS
)
ENTER CODE _ _ _ _
[4-digit master/user code]
(for checking state
of next zone)
(example)
(5)
SET BYPASS
Z01: OPEN
)
<OK> TO BYPASS
Z01: BYPASSED
Alternating
Alternating
KITCHEN
BYPASS LIST
)
RECALL BYPASS
<OK> TO RECALL
)
)
(5)
)
(1)
(1)
KITCHEN
SHOW BYPASS
(5)
1st private tel#
SET PHONE NUMBER
2nd private tel#
Tel. No.
)
SET USER CODES
user code 1
)
(3)
3rd private tel#
Tel. No.
)
4th private tel#
Tel. No.
Tel. No.
)
user code 1 0 0 0 0 [code]
user code1
(example)
(for next user code 2,3....8)
for next (up) or previous (down) keyfob enrollment
(1)
ENROLL KEYFOB
Keyfob No :
)
(1)
ENROLL PROX TAG
Optional
(1)(6)
enter keyfob #
Tag no : 1
)
SET VOICE OPTION
enable prompts
)
(1)
AUTO ARM OPTION
AUTO ARM TIME
(1)
SQUAWK OPTION
(1)
SET TIME&FORMAT
)
)
)
disable autoarm
arm time _ _: _ _A
)
if not
satisfied
)
)
disable prompts
)
) [time])
US FORMAT - 12H
if not satisfied
)
)
(see detail “A”
in next page)
INSTALLER MODE
)
)
DATE 30/12/2000
(example)
)
)
disable prompts
)
enable autoarm
(See format & example in
“SET TIME&FORMAT” )
EU FORMAT - 24H
)
)
TIME _ _:_ _A
TIME _ _:_ _
)[time] e.g. 07:55P(4)
)[time] e.g. 19:55
)
)TIME 19:55
TIME 07:55 P
)
)
DATE DD/MM/YYYY if not satisfied DATE MM/DD/YYYY
)
)
)
DATE: _ _/_ _/_ _ _ _
SCHEDULER
)
)
Tag no : 1
(for next prox tags 2,3....8)
if not
satisfied enable autoarm
(date)(2) (e.g. 30/12/2000)
(1)
PRESENT TAG
)
SET DATE&FORMAT
)
KEYFOB No : 1
(press any key)
(if it is the current option)
(1)
(1)
TRANSMIT NOW
(if it is the current option)
)
(1)
)
DATE:_ _/_ _/_ _ _ _
)
(date)(2) (e.g. 12/30/2000)
)
DATE 12/30/2000
squawk disable
sqwk low volume
sqwk mid volume
sqwk hi volume
(To review options, use
or
button)
To move within most of
the menus, the following
keys can be used:
Moving forward
Show / confirm
data
Moving backward
Moving one level
up in the menu
Return to
“<OK> TO EXIT”
)
<OK> TO EXIT
Notes:
Entrance to INSTALLER
MODE (described in
the installer guide)
(1) Function inside black rectangles are accessible only if master user code was entered.
(2) For the year, enter the two last digits only.
(3) Press
to display the number, state and name of first bypassed zone. Press
repeatedly to view all the bypassed zones.
(4) To enter "A" (AM) press
(or one of the 3 keys above it), to enter "P" (PM) press
(or one of the 3 keys above it).
(5) SET/SHOW/RECALL BYPASS menus are accessible only if "manual bypass has been selected by the installer.
(6)Applicable in PowerMaxComplete that has VOICE feature - In the SET VOICE OPTION, if you select "enable prompts", the Control Panel mute
speaker button
is active.
Figure 8 - Users Settings Flow Chart
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(See figure 8)
SET TIME&FORMAT
)
)
PGM
)
SCHEDULER
SUNDAY
)
MONDAY
)
OPERATION No. 1
)
TUESDAY
)
WEDNESDAY
)
OPERATION No. 2
)
THURSDAY
)
OPERATION No. 3
)
FRIDAY
)
SATURDAY
)
DAILY
)
OPERATION No. 4
)
start - HH:MM
stop - HH:MM
To move within most of
the menus, the following
keys can be used:
Moving forward
Show / confirm
data
Moving backward
or
)
Notes
1. Select time in 10 minute interval only. TIME - - / - 2. To erase a displayed time, press OFF. (enter start/stop time)
Moving one level
up in the menu
Return to
“<OK> TO EXIT”
)
)
Figure 8 DETAIL "A" - Scheduler Function
Enrolling Keyfob Transmitters
Keyfob transmitters are multi-button wireless units of
the CodeSecure™ type with up to 16 million ID
codes combinations. Eight system users carry keyfob
transmitters to exercise better, quicker and safer
system functions control. Your control panel must
recognize the unique identification code (ID) of each
such keyfob to respond to commands transmitted by
them.
Before anything else, gather up all keyfob units you
intend to enroll, and make sure they all have
batteries installed.
Keyfob transmitter enrolling involves the following
steps:
A. Having entered your Master User Code
successfully (see above - Entering the User
button
Settings Menu), Click the
(repeatedly, if necessary) until the display will
read:
ENROLL KEYFOB
B. Click
. The display will prompt you
D. Click
to initiate a transmission from the chosen keyfob:
TRANSMIT NOW
E. Initiate a transmission from the chosen keyfob by
pressing any one of its pushbuttons. In response,
the “Happy Tune” (- - - –––) will sound and the
display will change to:
KEYFOB No:
5
A dark box will appear at the far right, indicating
that the chosen Keyfob has been enrolled as
Keyfob No. 5.
Note: If the same keyfob is already enrolled
elsewhere, the “Happy Tune” will sound twice in
succession.
F. From this point on, you may continue in several
different directions:
• If you wish to enroll another keyfob, select
the desired number by:
-
. The display will read:
KEYFOB No:
_
C. Suppose that the Keyfob you are about to enroll
is to be designated as Keyfob No. 5. Assuming
that memory location No. 5 is free - no keyfob has
yet been enrolled to it - click the <5> key. The
display will change to:
KEYFOB No: 5
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The clear space at the far right tells you that the
memory location is free.
- Clicking
•
to go up (6Æ7Æ8.....)
- Clicking
to go down (4Æ3Æ2.....)
- Clicking
Æ <keyfob #>.
To return to the main menu, click
This will bring back the display:
<OK> TO EXIT
.
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USER SETTINGS
You may now review and select any other mode on
the User menu (by clicking
or
).
Deleting Keyfob
Occupied keyfob memory locations must be cleared
(enrolled ID must be deleted) before enrolling a new
ID. To delete an existing ID, proceed as follows:
A. Select the desired memory location, as described
in the previous paragraph, steps A-C. If, for
example, you selected keyfob No. 5, the display
will read:
Keyfob No.
5
B. Click
. The display will change to:
<OFF> to delete
C. Click
. The display will change to:
Keyfob No.
5
Note that the dark box at the far right has
disappeared. It is now possible to enroll a new ID. It
is also possible to leave the cleared zone or memory
location free and simply exit to the main menu.
Enrolling Proximity Tags (optional)
Valid proximity tags enable you to perform variety of
functions without entering user code, for example,
arming, disarming, reading the event log, etc.
Whenever user code is required, you can simply
present a valid proximity tag instead of entering user
code.
When the system is disarmed, after presenting a
valid proximity tag to the control panel, the message
"<OK> for AWAY" is displayed. Now you can press
button to immediately arm the
the
control panel, or wait for 3 second for system
automatic AWAY arming (the message "Please exit
now" will be displayed). Presenting the proximity tag
once again will DISARM the system.
Instead of pressing the
button (see
above), you can press the
button once
/ twice (the message "<OK> for HOME" / "<OK> for
disarm" is displayed, accordingly) and then press the
button for HOME arming /
press
disarming.
The control panel transmits an RF signal. A valid
proximity tag that is presented to the control panel
transmits a coded RF signal back to the control unit.
Up to 8 proximity tags can be enrolled to the PM
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Proximity tag enrolling involves the following steps:
A. Having entered your Master User Code
successfully (see Entering the User Settings
button
Menu),
Click
the
(repeatedly, if necessary) until the display will
read:
ENROLL
B. Click
PROX
TAG
. The display will read:
Tag No:
1
C. Click
. The display will prompt you
to initiate a transmission from the chosen tag:
PRESENT TAG
D. Present the tag to the control panel left bottom
side. In response, the “Happy Tune” (- - - –––) will
sound and the display will change to:
Tag No:
1
A dark box will appear at the far right, indicating that
the chosen tag has been enrolled.
and enroll the next proximity
E. Click
tag (2, 3,...8), as described in step D.
F. From this point on, you may continue in several
different directions:
• If you wish to enroll another tag, select the
desired number by:
- Clicking
to go up (6Æ7Æ8.....)
- Clicking
- Clicking
to go down (4Æ3Æ2.....)
Æ <tag#>.
• To return to the main menu, click
will bring back the display:
. This
<OK> TO EXIT
You may now review and select any other mode on
the User menu (by clicking
or
).
Deleting Proximity Tags
Proximity tag memory locations must be cleared
(enrolled ID must be deleted) before enrolling a new
ID. To delete an existing ID, proceed as follows:
A. Select the desired memory location, as described
in the previous paragraph, steps A-C. If, for
example, you selected Tag No. 5, the display will
read:
Tag No.
B. Click
5
. The display will change to:
<OFF> TO DELETE
C. Click
. The display will change to:
Tag No.
5
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Note that the dark box at the far right has
disappeared. It is now possible to enroll a new ID. It
is also possible to leave the cleared zone or memory
location free and simply exit to the main menu.
Setting the Voice Options
(Not applicable in PowerMaxComplete that does not
have VOICE option)
Remember: Voice prompts are heard over the builtin loudspeaker subject to two conditions:
- The voice option is enabled as shown below
- The loudspeaker is enabled by pressing the “7”
key (see Chapter 3 - Voice ON-OFF)
Here you may select one of two options:
Enable prompts: Voice announcements
Disable prompts: No voice announcements
The presently programmed option will be shown, with
a dark selection box ( ) at the far right of the
display. You may view the other option (that does not
have a dark box at the far right) by clicking
. A dark box will appear if you click
while the other option is displayed.
To set the voice option, proceed as follows:
Having entered your Master User Code successfully
(see above - Entering the User Settings Menu), click
button until the display reads:
the
SET VOICE OPTIONS
From here, proceed as follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
enable prompts
(if this is the current option)
From here, proceed as follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
enable autoarm
(if this is the current option)
If not satisfied
press
disable autoarm
disable autoarm
AUTO ARM OPTION
You may now select any other item on USERS
SETTINGS menu or quit programming process by
. When "<OK> TO EXIT" is
clicking
displayed, click
.
Setting Arming Time
Having entered your Master User Code successfully
(see above - Entering the User Settings Menu), click
button (repeatedly, if necessary) until
the display will read:
AUTO ARM TIME
From here, proceed as follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
arm time_ _ : _ _ A
[time
digits] (e.g.
12:55 A)
arm time 12:55 A
If not satisfied
disable prompts
arm time 12:55 A
disable prompts
AUTO ARM TIME
If satisfied -
SET VOICE OPTION
You may now select any other item on the USER
SETTINGS menu or quit programming by clicking
. When <OK> TO EXIT is displayed - click
.
Note: When using the Model MCT-234 keyfob with
the PowerMaxComplete, the voice prompts must
be enabled.
Automatic Arming Option
You can determine that the system will be
automatically armed at any desired time.
Having entered master user code successfully, click
until AUTO ARM OPTION is
displayed.
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Notes:
1. For 12h/24h time format selection, refer to
Setting Time and Time Format below.
2. Press "‘" to enter A (AM), or press "#" to enter P
(PM).
Enabling the Squawk Option
You can determine that the system will activate (or
not activate) high/mid/low siren sound, for a short
time, upon arming (1 beep) and disarming (2 beeps),
by keyfob only.
Having entered your Master User Code successfully
(see above - Entering the User Settings Menu), click
the
button (repeatedly, if necessary)
until the display will read:
SQUAWK OPTION
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From here, proceed as follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
B. If 24h format is desired, continue as follows:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
squawk disable
(if this is the current option)
US FORMAT - 12H
squawk low volume
EU FORMAT - 24H
If not satisfied -
TIME
If not satisfied squawk mid volume
If not satisfied
[time
digits] (e.g.
19:55)
squawk hi volume
If satisfied
__:__
TIME
19:55
TIME
19:55
TIME
HH:MM
squawk hi volume
You may now select any other item on the USER
SETTINGS menu or quit programming by clicking
For wired siren, refer to "low", "mid" and "hi" options
as "squawk enable".
You may now select any other item on the USERS
SETTINGS menu or quit the programming process by
clicking
. When "<OK> TO EXIT" is
.
displayed, click
Setting Time and Time Format
Having entered your Master User Code successfully
(see Entering the User Settings Menu, above), click
until the display reads:
SET TIME&FORMAT
A. If 12h format is desired, continue as follows:
RESULTANT DISPLAY
PRESS
. When <OK> TO EXIT is displayed - click
.
Setting the Date and Date Format
Having entered your Master User Code successfully
(see above - Entering the User Settings Menu), click
button (repeatedly, if necessary) until
the display will read SET DATE&FORMAT.
From here, proceed as follows:
PRESS
RESULTANT DISPLAY
DATE MM/DD/YYYY
If not satisfied
press
DATE DD/MM/YYYY
US FORMAT - 12H
(if this is the current option)
(time
digits] (e.g.
12:55A)
TIME
__:__A
TIME
12:55A
TIME
HH:MM A
DATE _ _ / _ _ /_ _ _ _
[Enter date]
(e.g.
01/01/2002)
DATE 01/01/2002
DATE 01/01/2002
Note: To enter “A” - press [‘] or to enter “P” - press [#].
DATE DD/MM/YYYY
You may now select any other item on the USER
SETTINGS menu or quit programming by clicking
. When <OK> TO EXIT is displayed - click
.
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USER SETTINGS
Scheduler Function
Installer Mode
The Scheduler enables to start and stop activity of
the desired devices. You can select the day (Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
Saturday, or daily) and then select the scheduled
activity start/stop of the desired device. The process
is demonstrated in "figure 8 DETAIL A".
If the feature USER PERMIT was enabled by the
system installer, the installer will be able to access
the INSTALLER MODE only by using this menu,
meaning that the INSTALLER MODE (described in
the installer guide) can be accessed only with user
permission (by using the user code).
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READING THE EVENT LOG
8. Reading The Event Log
Event Log Description
All events are memorized in an event log. You can
access this log, review the events one by one and
draw functional conclusions.
If the event log fills up completely it continues to
accept new events at the expense of old events - the
oldest event is deleted upon registration of each new
event.
The date and time of occurrence are memorized for
each event. When reading the event log, events are
shown in chronological order - from the newest to the
oldest.
ENTER CODE _ _ _ _
(Enter 4-digit
master user code)
LIST OF EVENTS
Latest Event
Event Before Last
Because of the limited display space, the event
description is shown first, then the date and time.
The two displays are shown alternately several
to move on to an
times, until you click
older event, or until the “no action” 4-minute timeout
restores the system to the normal operating mode.
Access to the event log is provided by clicking the
asterisk () key and then keying your master user
code.
Should you wish to get an overall view of using
the log, refer to Figure 9. The flow chart may
even serve as your only guide to using the event
log, instead of going through the written step-bystep procedure.
<OK TO EXIT
CLEAR EVENT LOG
Attention: The system
will not allow you to
erase the event log.
Only the installer is
authorized to view and
perform this function
(Return to normal
operation)
Oldest Event
Figure 9. Using the Event Log
Reading Procedure
To read the event log, proceed as follows:
A. While the system is in the normal operating
mode, click the asterisk () key. The display will
change to:
ENTER CODE _ _ _ _
B. Enter the current master user code. If the code is
correct, the “Happy Tune“ will sound and the
display will read:
LIST OF EVENTS
Important! Entering an incorrect code 5 times in
a row will initiate a 30-second penalty lockout of
the keypad.
. The latest event will be
C. Click
shown. Suppose that the latest event was an
alarm in zone 13. The display will now read:
Z13 ALARM
and then:
09 / 02/ 99
3:37 P
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The two displays will be shown alternately until
again to move to the next
you click
event, or until the event log times out (4 minutes).
as many times as necessary
D. Click
to read all the data you need.
To quit the event log:
-
Click
or
from anywhere within the log. The display
will read:
<OK> TO EXIT
-
Click
.
The
system will return to the normal
operating mode.
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MAINTENANCE
9. Maintenance
Replacing the Backup Battery
The PowerMaxComplete uses regular electrical
supply, but incorporates backup 9.6V battery pack
(see sticker on battery cover). It is important to
replace it immediately upon receiving the following
trouble message when reviewing system troubles
(see Chapter 5 - Reviewing Trouble Information):
CPU LOW BATTERY
Front unit
Replacing Wireless Devices
Batteries
The wireless sensors supplied with your system are
powered by high-capacity lithium batteries that last
several years, depending on the number of times the
sensor is triggered into transmission.
However, if and when a battery becomes weak, the
sensor itself sends a “low battery” message to the
control panel, and a low battery trouble message is
displayed together with the zone information (see
Chapter 5 - Reviewing Trouble Information).
The keyfob transmitters used to control the system
are powered by an alkaline battery that lasts about
one year if you do not press a button more than 10
times a day. Battery exhaustion is clearly evident by
flashing of the transmitter’s red indicator while the
button is pressed (instead of lighting steadily).
Battery cable
Figure 10. Battery Replacement
Open battery compartment cover. Insert 6-battery
pack or 8-battery pack and connect its connector to
the PowerMaxComplete receptacle.
Note: Removal of the cover will start a “tamper” alarm the trouble indicator will light and both “memory” and
“trouble” will flash in the display window. If you
interrogate the system at this stage by clicking the
button, “CPU TAMPER ALARM” and
“CPU TAMPER OPEN” will be displayed, in addition to
“CPU LOW BATTERY”.
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With correctly inserted fresh batteries and tight closure of
the lid, the TROUBLE indicator should extinguish. The
“MEMORY” message will continue blinking in the display
(caused by the “tamper” alarm you triggered). Clear it by
arming the system and disarming it as soon as the exit
delay starts.
When a low battery indication appears for the first
time, it may be considered as a pre-warning. It
normally gives you ample time (about 30 days) to
obtain a new battery and replace the old one, and
the detector or keyfob unit will be fully operational
throughout this period. However, to be on the safe
side, it is advisable not to wait that long.
Use the battery specified in the detector’s own
installation instructions. If you do not have the
instructions, seek the advice of your installer or ask
him to replace the battery in the specific device that
sent the low battery message.
The Wireless Commander is powered by a long life
3 V Lithium battery. If the battery is weak when
reading the PowerMaxComplete event log the
display will read, for example, "C01 Low Battery"
(meaning there is a low battery condition in the
wireless commander #01), and the message "remote
commander" will be heard.
For replacing the wireless commander battery, refer
to the MCM-140+ Wireless Commander user guide.
After battery replacement, the detector unit will send
a “battery restored” signal to the control panel, and
the “low battery” message will be cleared.
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Periodic Testing
Cleaning the Control Panel
The components of your security system are
designed to be maintenance-free as much as
possible. Nevertheless, it is mandatory to perform a
“walk test” at least once a week and after an alarm
event to verify that all system detectors function
properly. Proceed as described in Chapter 6 Conducting a Walk-Test, and If there is any problem,
notify your installer at once.
The control panel may occasionally get stained if
touched with greasy fingers, and may accumulate
dust after a long period of use. Clean it only with a
soft cloth or sponge moistened lightly with a mixture
of water and mild detergent, and then wipe it dry.
The use of abrasives of any kind is strictly
forbidden. Also never use solvents such as
kerosene, acetone or thinner. These will certainly
ruin the external finish and damage the
transparency of the top window.
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PERFORMANCE LIMITS
10. Performance Limits
Although the alarm control system you purchased is
highly reliable, it does not guarantee protection from
burglary and fire hazards. Even the most advanced
systems can be defeated or might occasionally fail to
warn. Some of the reasons for this are:
Sloppy maintenance: If the system is used over a
long period of time without testing, a key element
such as a detector or a siren might go wrong without
any visible or audible signs of failure. If a low battery
warning is neglected, there will be no backup power
to keep the system operational during a power
outage.
Power failures: In case of prolonged absence from
the protected site, the mains supply may suddenly
fail (an earth leakage protection relay may trip,
disconnecting the mains supply). After such an
event, the alarm system will draw power from the
backup battery, until all reserve power is exhausted,
leaving the premises without protection.
Telephone line trouble: Telephone lines may be
disconnected or short circuited. With the telephone
line "down", your alarm system will not be able to
report events to the central station.
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Sirens do not always wake up sound sleepers:
Sirens and bells installed outside or far from
bedrooms are not likely to awaken people who are
sound asleep behind closed doors inside the
protected area or in adjacent buildings.
The system is sometimes defeated: With sufficient
technical know-how, intruders may find a way to
defeat various types of sensor or disconnect warning
devices. Intruders may also take advantage of
unprotected openings and skylights, or even enter
forcibly at unpredictable spots.
Smoke detectors have their limits: In many cases,
smoke detectors fail to warn on time because the fire
started at a different level of the house, or too far
away from the detector.
All this gives sufficient proof that even with a
good alarm system installed, there is still need
for life and property insurance. In addition, users
should test their alarm systems at regular
intervals, to make sure that malfunctions are
detected before a true alarm event occurs.
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APPENDIX A. GLOSSARY
This list of terms is arranged in alphabetical order.
Any term indicated by cursive (italic) letters within
the explanatory text can be looked up separately.
Abort Period: When an alarm is initiated, the
internal sounder is activated first for a limited period
of time which is the abort period set by the installer. If
you cause an alarm accidentally, you can disarm the
system within the abort period before the real sirens
start and before the alarm is reported to the remote
responders.
Alarm: There are 2 kinds of alarm:
Loud alarm - both internal and external sirens blare
out constantly and the control panel reports the event
by telephone.
Silent alarm - the sirens remain silent, but the control
panel reports the event by telephone.
A state of alarm is caused by:
• Motion detected by a motion detector
• Change of state detected by a magnetic contact
detector - a closed window or door is opened
• Detection of smoke by a smoke detector
• Tampering with any one of the detectors
• Pressing the two emergency buttons simultaneously
(panic)
Arming: Arming the alarm system is an action that
prepares it to sound an alarm if a zone is “violated”
by motion or by opening a door or window, as the
case may be. The control panel may be armed in
various modes (see AWAY, HOME, INSTANT and
LATCHKEY).
AWAY: This type of arming is used when the
protected site is vacated entirely. All zones, interior
and perimeter alike, are protected.
Chime Zones: Allow you to keep track of activity in
the protected area while the alarm system is in the
disarmed state. Whenever a chime zone is "opened",
the buzzer beeps twice. The buzzer doesn't beep,
however, upon closing the zone (return to normal).
Residences can use this feature to annunciate
visitors or look after children. Businesses can use it
to signal when customers enter the premises or
when personnel enter restricted areas.
Note: Your installer will never designate a 24-hour
zone or a fire zone as a chime zone, because both
zone types actuate an alarm if disturbed while the
system is in the disarmed state.
Although one zone or more are designated as chime
zones, you can still enable or disable the chime
function.
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Control Panel: The control panel is a cabinet that
incorporates
the
electronic
circuitry
and
microprocessor that control the alarm system. It
collects information from various sensors, processes
it and responds in various ways. It also includes the
user-interface - control keys, numerical keypad,
display, sounder and loudspeaker.
Disarming: The opposite of arming - an action that
restores the control panel to the normal standby
state. In this state, only fire and 24-hour zones will
sound an alarm if violated, but a “panic alarm” may
also be initiated.
Disturbed Zone: A zone in a state of alarm (this
may be caused by an open window or door or by
motion in the field of view of a motion detector). A
disturbed zone is considered “not secured”.
Forced Arming: When any one of the system zones
is disturbed (open), the alarm system cannot be
armed. One way to solve this problem is to find and
eliminate the cause for zone disturbance (closing
doors and windows). Another way to deal with this is
to impose forced arming - automatic de-activation of
zones that are still disturbed upon termination of the
exit delay. Bypassed zones will not be protected
throughout the arming period. Even if restored to
normal (closed), bypassed zones will remain
unprotected until the system is disarmed.
Permission to “force arm” is given or denied by the
installer while programming the system.
HOME: This type of arming is used when people are
present within the protected site. A classic example
is night-time at home, when the family is about to
retire to bed. With HOME arming, perimeter zones
are protected but interior zones are not.
Consequently, motion within interior zones will be
ignored by the control panel, but disturbance of a
perimeter zone will cause an alarm.
Instant: You can arm the system AWAY-INSTANT
or HOME-INSTANT, thereby canceling the entry
delay for all delay zones for the duration of one
arming period.
For example, you may arm the control panel in the
HOME-INSTANT mode and remain within the
protected area. Only perimeter protection is active,
and if you do not expect somebody to drop in while
the system is armed, alarm upon entry via the main
door is an advantage.
To disarm the system without causing an alarm, use
your control keypad (which is normally accessible
without disturbing a perimeter zone) or use a keyfob
transmitter.
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Latchkey: The Latchkey mode is a special arming
mode in which designated "latchkey users" will
trigger a "latchkey message" to be sent to a
telephone or a pager when they disarm the system.
For example, if a parent wants to be sure that their
child has returned from school and disarmed the
system. Latchkey arming is only possible when the
system is armed in the AWAY mode.
Magnetic Contact Detector, Wireless: A Magnetcontrolled switch and a wireless PowerCode
transmitter in a shared housing. The detector is
mounted on doors and windows to detect changes in
state (from closed to open and vice versa). Upon
sensing that a door or window is open, the detector
transmits its unique identification code accompanied
by an “alarm” signal and various other status signals
to the control panel. The control panel, if not armed
at that time, will consider the alarm system as “not
ready for arming” until it receives a “restored” signal
from the same detector.
Motion Detector, Wireless: A passive Infrared
motion sensor and a wireless PowerCode transmitter
in a shared housing. Upon sensing motion, the
detector transmits its unique identification code,
accompanied by an alarm signal and various other
status signals to the control panel. After transmission,
it stands by to sense further motion.
Non-Alarm Zone: Your installer can designate a
zone for roles other than alarm. For instance, a
motion detector installed in a dark stairway may be
used to switch on lights automatically when someone
crosses the dark area. Another example is a
miniature wireless transmitter linked to a zone that
controls a gate opening mechanism.
Quick Arming: Arming without a user code. The
control panel does not request your user code when
you press one of the arming buttons. Permission to
use this arming method is given or denied by the
installer while programming the system.
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Remote Responder: A responder can be either a
professional service provider to which the home or
business owner subscribes (a central monitoring
station) or a family relation/friend who agrees to look
after the protected site during absence of its
occupants. The control panel reports events by
telephone to both kinds of responders.
Restore: When a detector reverts from the state of
alarm to the normal standby state, it is said to have
been “restored”.
A motion detector restores automatically after
detection of movement, and becomes ready to detect
again. This kind of “restore” is not reported to the
remote responders.
A magnetic contact detector restores only upon
closure of the protected door or window. This kind of
“restore” is reported to the remote responders.
Smoke Detector, Wireless: A regular smoke detector
and a wireless PowerCode transmitter in a shared
housing. Upon detection of smoke, the detector
transmits its unique identification code accompanied by
an alarm signal and various status signals to the control
panel. Since the smoke detector is linked to a special
fire zone, a fire alarm is initiated.
User Codes: The PowerMaxComplete is designed
to obey your commands, provided that they are
preceded by a valid security access code.
Unauthorized people do not know this code, so any
attempt on their part to disarm or defeat the system
is bound to fail. Some operations, however, can be
carried out without a user code as they do not
degrade the security level of the alarm system.
Zone: A zone is an area within the protected site
under supervision of a specific detector. During
programming, the installer allows the control panel to
learn the detector’s identity code and links it to the
desired zone. Since the zone is distinguished by
number and name, the control panel can report the
zone status to the user and register in its memory all
the events reported by the zone detector. Instant and
delay zones are “on watch” only when the control
panel is armed, and other (24-hour) zones are “on
watch” regardless of whether the system is armed or
not.
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APPENDIX B. HOME FIRE ESCAPE PLANNING
Fire can spread rapidly through your home, leaving
you a short time to escape safely. Your ability to get
out depends on advance warning from smoke
detectors and advance planning - a home fire escape
plan that everyone in your family is familiar with and
has practiced.
• Pull together everyone in your household and
make an evacuation plan.
• Draw a floor plan of your home, showing two
ways out of each room, including windows. Don’t
forget to mark the location of every smoke
detector.
Test all smoke detectors (by a qualified testing
laboratory) periodically, to ensure to ensure their
serviceability. Replace batteries as required.
• Make sure that everyone understands the
escape plan and recognizes the sound of smoke
alarm. Verify that the escape routes are clear and
that doors and windows can be opened easily.
• If windows or doors in your home have security
bars, make sure that the bars have quick-release
mechanisms on the inside, so that they can be
opened immediately in an emergency case. Quick
release mechanisms won’t compromise your
security, but they will increase your chances of
safely escaping a home fire.
• Practice the escape plan at least twice a year,
making sure that everybody is involved - from
kids to grandparents. Allow children to master fire
escape planning and practice before holding a
fire drill at night when they are sleeping. The
objective is to practice, not to frighten, so telling
children there will be a drill before they go to bed
can be as effective as a surprise drill. If children
or others do not readily waken to the sound of
the smoke alarm, or if there are infants or family
members with mobility limitations, make sure that
someone is assigned to assist them in fire drill
and in the event of an emergency.
•
Agree on an outside meeting place where
everyone can meet after they’ve escaped.
Remember to get out first, and then call for help.
Never go back inside until the fire department
gives the OK.
• Have everyone memorize the emergency phone
number of the fire department. That way any
member of the household can call from a cellular
phone or a neighbor’s home.
• Be fully prepared for a real fire: when a smoke
alarm sounds, get out immediately and once you
are out, stay bout - leave the firefighting to the
professional!
• If you live in an apartment building, make sure
that you are familiar wit the building evacuation
plan. In case of a fire, use the stairs, never the
elevator.
Tell guests or visitors to your home about your
family’s fire escape plan. When visiting other
people’s home, ask about their escape plan. If they
don’t have a plan in place, offer to help them make
one. This is especially important when children are
permitted to attend “sleepovers” at friends' homes.
W.E.E.E. Product Recycling Declaration
For information regarding the recycling of this product you must contact the company from which you orignially purchased it. If you are
discarding this product and not returning it for repair then you must ensure that it is returned as identified by your supplier. This product is not
to be thrown away with everyday waste.
Directive 2002/96/EC Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
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